Widden Stud

Widden Valley
via Denman 2328 NSW
(02) 6549 9999

Stallions standing at Widden Stud

Nicconi
Nicconi service fee is $38,500
Latest winner: Skyt
Outreach
Outreach service fee is $7,700
Star Witness
Star Witness service fee is $27,500
Latest winner: Star Search
Stratum Star
Stratum Star service fee is $9,900
Supido
Supido service fee is $9,900
Trapeze Artist
Trapeze Artist service fee is $88,000
Written By
Written By service fee is $24,750
Your Song
Your Song service fee is $13,750
Latest winner: Cotillion
Zoustar
Zoustar service fee is $154,000
Latest winner: Monte Ditto

Latest News

Widden Stud had the honour of offering the half-sister by Star Witness to Melbourne Cup winner Vow and Declare at the Magic Millions on Thursday for her owners Paul Lanskey and Helga Hueston and got a great result when she fetched $320,000.
Some people may have wondered at Coolmore’s Tom Magnier paying $500,000 for a Zoustar colt early in the sale at Magic Millions on Wednesday, but when you hear what his breeder John North of Bowness Stud has to say about him you can see why this colt is seen as having serious potential.
The Toby and Trent Edmonds-trained Queen Kay defeated her better-fancied stablemate Smart 'N' Sexy in Saturday’s $125,000 Aquis Gold Pearl Quality at the Gold Coast, which was not just a blow to punters but looks to have cost the runner-up a spot in next week’s Magic Millions 2yo Classic.  
The Tony Pike-trained Not Ideal indicated he has a promising future ahead of him after he maintained his winning ways at Tauranga.
Widden Stud bred Stratum Star was a $165,000 Magic Millions graduate from the 2013 Gold Coast Sale and 2020 will see the first of his progeny to grace sale rings around Australia.
Tough-as-teak Nicconi 6yo gelding Niccanova carried his top weight of 59kgs to an all the way win in Saturday’s Listed Bernborough Handicap (1600m) at Eagle Farm.
Magic Millions yearling images are now being uploaded and one of the fiirst to grab our interest is the half-sister to this year's Melbourne Cup hero Vow and Declare.
It was an action packed juvenile maiden at Rosehill on Wednesday with race favourite Blondeau appearing set for victory before Star Witness colt Aim unleashed a sizzling burst to claim an eye-catching debut victory.
Winner of the Group III BRC Fred Best Classic at three, talented six year-old Nicconi gelding Niccanova recaptured top form when winning the Listed BRC Brisbane Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.
Exciting Australian sire Zoustar will head the roster at Tweenhills Stud in Gloucestershire next year when he makes his second shuttle trip from Widden Stud to the northern hemisphere.
Nature Strip won a lot of new friends with his fighting fourth in The Everest and everyone is aware of his love for the straight but nothing could prepare for the performance of the glorious looking son of Nicconi in Saturday’s $2 million Group 1 Darley Sprint Classic (1200m) at Flemington.
Stakes-placed earlier this year in Adelaide, three year-old Zoustar filly Sisstar has taken a little longer to hit winning form than her famous older sister Sunlight, but she claimed a valuable Black Type success at Flemington on Oaks Day when leading all the way to win the Group III VRC Red Roses Stakes (1100m).
Talented Zoustar mare Madam Rouge has been knocking on the door of a Black Type win for some time now with four previous seconds in stakes races before casting off the bridesmaid tag on Saturday at Randwick with a tenacious victory in the Group III ATC Nivison Stakes (1200m).
Ian Smith of Edinburgh Park was making news earlier this week for his stance on thoroughbred welfare (read about it here), but one of his horses carrying the IKS brand that won’t be returning home any time soon is talented sprinter Chicago Cub, who won his third race at Geelong on Wednesday.
Nicconi's star sprinter Nature Strip has gained a slot for the $14million Everest with James Harron Bloodstock declaring him as their runner.
Zoustar’s champion mare Sunlight was in hot form at Flemington on Saturday winning the Group II VRC Gilgai Stakes as her lead up to the $14million Everest, but she wasn’t the only Group winner on the card by Widden Stud’s young super sire.
Epsom Handicap day at Randwick with the first look at the new-season two-year-olds, a full card of nine stakes races on Turnbull Stakes day at Flemington and one of the great days of world racing at Longchamp featuring the incomparable Enable in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, this is as close as it gets to racing nirvana.
Quality mare Mizzy spent much of her two and three year-old season playing the bridesmaid, but since turning four it’s been all blue sky for the daughter of Zoustar, who has reeled off three successive wins in Group races, the latest coming at Rosehill on Saturday when she scored a blazing win in the Group II ATC Golden Pendant Stakes.
Short-course specialist Nature Strip was on his best behaviour in Friday night’s $1,000,000 Group 1 Moir Stakes (1000m).
Stakes-placed earlier this year in Adelaide, three year-old Zoustar filly Sisstar has taken a little longer to hit winning form than her famous older sister Sunlight, but a dominant victory at Flemington on Wednesday has her on track for a return to Black Type racing.

Recent Sales For Widden Stud

2020 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $750,000
2019 Australian Broodmare Sale - Top price: $40,000
2019 Chairman's Sale - Top price: $240,000
2019 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $250,000
2019 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,000,000
2019 National Broodmare Sale - Top price: $1,550,000
2019 National Weanling Sale - Top price: $75,000
2019 Scone Yearling Sale - Top price: $40,000